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post #71 of 91 Old 10-16-12, 10:04
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Well I just put on my LSL sliders and this write up helped me a ton!! I have never had a bike with full plastics before so this guide was a life saver. Now that I have done it once I can do it again easily.

Thanks for a great write up.

PS I was a network admin as well and wrote procedures for the company I worked for, so to me this was how it should be.


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post #72 of 91 Old 11-25-12, 14:08
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thanks for the right up, helped somewhat.

If only it wasnt for those fecking philips head screws on the bottom fairing. I did get the hang of them but I simply couldnt get the bottom front one out.

It had been broken when it was inserted before and just wasnt for coming off. Cue an oil change with the fairing held/hanging off by my dad.

Took me maybe an hour to get it off and about 15 minutes to get it back together.

I really need to find a replacement screw in the uk for the philips heads.
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Took both sides off at the weekend. Only thing I can add to a great write up is if you are struggling with the rivets, who doesnt. Try using a small screwdriver like the one you get from your christmas crackers.

worked wonders and so much better than a regular screwdriver and you dont apply half the pressure making them come out easier.
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Thanks! I should be taking my bike apart soon and this would be of great help.
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post #75 of 91 Old 12-26-12, 23:50
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Took both sides off at the weekend. Only thing I can add to a great write up is if you are struggling with the rivets, who doesnt. Try using a small screwdriver like the one you get from your christmas crackers.

worked wonders and so much better than a regular screwdriver and you dont apply half the pressure making them come out easier.
Christmas crackers comes with tools
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post #76 of 91 Old 12-31-12, 12:21
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ive got two sets now from christmas

really good for gettings seals out of calipers too.
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Wink

How many push in nubs are on the left fairing? Is it 2 plus the triangle nub? I don't remember when I put mine back together.

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Re-installing right side fairing...Is there any particular order to re-install wiring? Its such a mess on the right side. If i mount the regulator on the turn signal mount and fairing mount does the remaining wiring just get pushed in behind or is it designed to run in a certain manner? - like inside or between the rad infil and right fairing. It was disassembled when i got it and i would like to set it back up stock.
A pic with right fairing removed would be great but i can't find one.
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post #79 of 91 Old 04-12-13, 21:17
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Nose fairing removal

Can anyone walk me through the nose fairing removal? Tried it once before but couldnt figure it out and didnt want to chance it.

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Can anyone walk me through the nose fairing removal? Tried it once before but couldnt figure it out and didnt want to chance it.
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